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Petition: President Cyril Ramaphosa, Appoint Arts Minister from Civil Society

Dear Friends, Thank you for signing the petition calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to appoint an Arts Minister from civil society. Now that the election is finished and votes are being counted, it’s a critical time for us to keep

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Agbowó Call for Submissions | Limits

Deadline: April 31, 2019.   Agbowó lit and art magazine is now accepting submissions. The team calls for visual art pieces, photographs, short stories, essays and poetry that explore the theme “Limits”. It is after stories that dance gracefully on

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Nationalism: (Mis)Understanding Donald Trump’s Capitalism,  Racism, Global Politics, International Trade and Media Wars AfricaVs North America, Volume2   Donald Trump is our example/query/ problem or solution. He didn’t really start this though. Apartheid South Africa leaders were nationalistic and racists.

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E X H A L E: A Queer Erotica Anthology — A Call for Submissions

  The theme of Exhale is wrapped in the idea of a release, a letting go, breathing out. An orgasm. We want compelling, well-crafted and imaginative stories that speak to the array of experiences where queerness, pleasure, and sensuality intertwine.

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Verses for Bantu Biko and Imam Haroon Inspires

By Yousuf Cajee   The audience at “Verses for Biko & Imam Haroon”, held on 28 September at the Nana Memorial Hall in Crosby, Jozi, was riveting as the audience was treated to soul-stirring poetry by Gillian Schutte, Siza Nkosi,

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